Rugby can be quite exciting to watch, and fans all over the world enjoy watching the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series. If you also want to watch the 2019-2020 online, we can help you figure out the best way to do it.
The HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series was first organized back in 1999 and went through 2000. The whole purpose of this was creating an elite-level competition between rugby nations to draw more attention to this sport.
The previous season’s winners are the players from Fiji, with the United States coming up on the second spot and New Zealand on the third one. The event was held in over 10 countries, while 21 nations participated in the event. Follow the official schedule for regular updates.
In the US, the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series is broadcast by ESPN through ESPN 2 and ESPN News, as well as ESPN+, so you have quite a few options to watch the games.
How to Watch HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series Online?
Watching content online nowadays is easy to do, as all you need is a device and an internet connection. When it comes to Live TV platforms and streaming services, however, you’re going to need a little bit more because these platforms are all geographically blocked. If you want to travel abroad and continue to have access to the services you pay for, you’re going to need to connect to a VPN service. We’re going to tell you exactly what you need to do to get things going.
- You need to start by picking a VPN that is right for your needs. We’ve been reviewing VPNs for years, and we can recommend you go with ExpressVPN, which is one of the best on the market with thousands of servers across the world with top security and privacy features. Visit ExpressVPN’s website and subscribe to the service in just a few steps.
- Now it’s time to download the app that was for created for your device and to install it. Launch the app and log into your account to get things going.
- Find a server that is located within the United States so you can connect to it and trick the site into thinking you are still within the country.
- When the connection is established, the app will inform you of this, and you get to load the live TV platform that you chose to watch the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series on, such as ESPN+.
Can You Watch the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series on ESPN’s Website?
ESPN’s website does feature a live stream, but you’re going to need to log in to an account with the help of credentials from your TV provider to access it. The TV provider can either be live TV platform or streaming service. The problem with ESPN is that you may or may not have access to the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series feed, as it all depends on which streams they offer. Your best bet is subscribing to ESPN’s own platform, ESPN+ or looking for a live TV service that features the required channels.
How to Watch HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series Without Cable?
Live TV platforms are quite popular nowadays, which makes perfect sense because they offer much better prices when compared to their cable counterparts. Not only that, but there are no contracts to talk about, so you get to unsubscribe from the service whenever you no longer enjoy it. It’s also pretty great that you get to watch TV with only your smartphone and an internet connection since you get to have a lot more mobility like this. Let’s see what live TV platforms can help you out.
|Bundles||Monthly - $5, Yearly - $50|
|Multi-screen streaming||5 devices|
|Device support||Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, Fire TV Smart TVs, Fire Tablets, iOS, Android smartphones, Android TV, Chromecast, web|
|Free trial||Yes, 7 days|
The first one to make our list is ESPN+ which is a great service for ESPN fans. The platform cost a mere $4.99 per month or $49.99 for the year, and you’ll get access to live streams, exclusive content, as well as unique articles. You’ll get to access the ESPN Plus content from the same app that everyone uses.
2. Sling TV
|Bundles||Sling Orange ($25/mo), Sling Blue ($25/mo), Sling Orange + Blue ($40/mo)|
Channel bundles - Comedy ($5/mo), Espanol ($5/mo), Heartland ($5/mo), Hollywood ($5/mo), Lifestyle ($5/mo), News ($5/mo), Kids ($5/mo), Sports ($5/mo with Orange, $10/mo with Blue or Orange + Blue), Kids + Comedy + News + Lifestyle ($10/mo)
Premium Channels - Showtime ($10/mo), STARZ ($9/mo), EPIX ($5/mo), CuriosityStream ($3/mo), Here TV ($8/mo), Grokker ($7/mo), Stingray Karaoke ($7/mo), UP Faith & Family ($5/mo), Pantaya ($6/mo), CineFest ($5/mo), Hopster ($5/mo), Comedy Dynamics ($5/mo), Dove Channel ($5/mo), DogTV ($5/mo), CONtv ($5/mo), Docurama ($5/mo), Outside TV Features ($5/mo)
NBA- League Pass ($29/mo), Team Pass ($18/mo)
|Device support||Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Android TV, AirTV Player, Xiaomi, LG Smart TVs, Samsung Smart TVs, iOS, Android, Fire tablets, Xbox One, Chrome web browser|
|DVR||Up to 50 hours, unlimited storage time. Expandable by another 50 hours with extra feature|
|Free trial||Yes, 7 days|
We are continuing the list with Sling TV, which is a service that comes with three bundles to choose from named Orange, Blue, and Orange + Blue. You will find that ESPN, ESPN 2, and ESPN 3 are part of the Orange and Orange + Blue bundles. If you also want ESPN News, you can add the Sports Extra pack which will cost you an additional $10 per month. You should know that if you go for the Orange bundle, you will only get to watch Sling TV on a single device, while the Orange + Blue bundle gets you access to four devices at once. If you need even more content, there are a bunch of channel packs grouped by theme, as well as quite a few premium networks and a la carte channels.
|Bundles||A single bundle - Hulu with Live TV - $44.99 per month|
Premium channels - HBO ($14.99/mo), Showtime ($10.99/mo), Cinemax ($9.99/mo), STARZ ($8.99/mo)
Channel Packs - Entertainment ($7.99/mo), Espanol ($4.99/mo)
|Device support||iOS, Android, FireTV, Apple TV, Roku, Xbox, Chromecast, Samsung Smart TVs, browsers|
|DVR||50 Hours Cloud DVR by default, Enhanced Cloud DVR - 200 Hours ($14.99/mo)|
|Free trial||Yes, 7 days|
Next up we have Hulu, which is a service that comes with a single bundle of channels. The subscription price covers access to dozens of channels, including ESPN and ESPN 2, as well as ESPN News. You can also enjoy the full library of videos on demand that Hulu has which is pretty great. There are a couple of channel packs that you can add to your subscription if you want, as well as several premium networks.
4. YouTube TV
|Bundles||A single bundle - $49.99 per month ($54.99 if billed through Apple)|
|Customization||Premium channels - AMC Premiere ($5/mo), CuriosityStream ($3/mo), Fox Soccer Plus ($15/mo), Showtime ($7/mo), Starz ($9/mo), Shudder ($5/mo), Sundance Now ($7/mo), NBA League Pass ($40/mo or $124/year), EPIX ($6/mo)|
|Device support||Chromecast, Roku, Apple TV, Android TV, Xbox One, Samsung and LG Smart TVs, iOS, Android|
|DVR||Unlimited storage space, recordings saved for 9 months|
|Free trial||Yes, 7 days|
The next platform to make our list is also a single bundled service, and it comes from Alphabet Inc., which is obvious since you get to enjoy unlimited Cloud DVR storage space thanks to those massive servers of theirs. In this bundle on YouTube TV, you will find ESPN, ESPN 2, and ESPN News, so you can watch as many rugby matches as you want. There are no channel packs to add on YouTube TV, but there are a few premium networks that you can try out.
5. DirecTV Now
|Bundles||Plus ($50/mo) and Max ($70/mo) Other Packages - Entertainment ($93/mo), Choice ($110/mo), Xtra ($124/mo), Ultimate ($135/mo), and Optimo Mas ($86/mo)|
|Customization||Channel packs - DirecTV Now Deportes ($5/mo) and DirecTV Now Espanol ($15/mo) Premium Networks - HBO (included with Plus and Max), Cinemax ($11/mo or included with Max), Showtime ($11/mo), STARZ ($11/mo) International Bundles - Vietnamese ($20/mo), Brazilian ($30/mo), Korean ($30/mo)|
|Device support||Apple TV, Chromecast, Fire TV, Roku, Samsung Smart TVs, iOS, Android, browsers|
|DVR||Up to 20 hours, 30 days limit, no expansions|
|Free trial||Yes, 7 days|
We continue the list with DirecTV Now, which is a platform that has seven bundles. Two of these bundles, namely Plus and Max, were added earlier this year, while the other five bundles have been around for a longer time and they were given a new name – Entertainment, Choice, Xtra, Ultimate, and Optimo Mas – and they all feature ESPN and ESPN 2. If you’re looking for ESPN News, you will find it in Max, Choice, Xtra, and Ultimate. There are a couple of packs with Spanish channels you can add, as well as three packs featuring International channels, and a few premium networks as well.
6. PlayStation Vue
|Bundles||Access ($49.99/mo), Core ($54.99/mo), Elite ($64.99/mo), Ultra ($84.99/mo)|
|Customization||Channel bundles - Sports Pack ($10/mo), Espanol Pack ($4.99/mo, $3.99/mo with PlayStation Plus) Premium channels - HBO ($15/mo, or included in Ultra), Showtime ($10.99/mo, $8.99/mo with PlayStation Plus, or included in Ultra), FX+ ($5.99/mo), Epix ($3.99/mo, $2.99/mo with PlayStation Plus), Cinemax ($15/mo), Fox Soccer Plus ($14.99/mo or $12.99 with PlayStation Plus), Hi-YAH! ($2.99/mo or $1.99/mo with PlayStation Plus) Bundles - HBO + Cinemax ($21.99/mo or $19.99/mo with PlayStation Plus), Epix Hits + Showtime ($13.99/mo or $11.49/mo with PlayStation Plus)|
|Device support||Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, iOS, Android, Roku, PS3, PS4, browser|
|DVR||Up to 500 programs, 28 days limit|
|Free trial||Yes, 5 days|
The last platform to make our list is one that actually made a great impression on us, namely PlayStation Vue. The platform comes with some really great features for all subscribers at no additional cost such as cloud DVR storage space for 500 programs and five simultaneous streams, which is something we haven’t found in other platforms. There are four bundles that you can find here called Access, Core, Elite, and Ultra. ESPN and ESPN 2 are all available in all bundles, but the ESPN News platform is missing from the Access bundle. If you want to further customize your service, it’s possible to add a couple of channel packs and several other premium networks.
7. HSBC World Rugby Seven Website
Another way to watch the games should be through the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series website which is available on mobile, tablets, and desktops. You can check out team news, live scores, and even a live match stream.
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